Welcome to an educative journey towards a brighter future and a more valuable career path in the world of IT.
We believe that education is the key to success in your career! With hard work and passion for learning more, you can become a demanded specialist in the field of IT. And PicsArt Academy provides that opportunity by educating quality specialists!
Full Time Paid Internship Programs
Starting this September for six-months
- Regardless of whether you are a new grad, an experienced techie, new in the field, or just thinking of a career shift, this program is for you!! You will have the chance to learn from exceptional professionals standing at the roots of PicsArt's success.
During the program you will:
- • Be fully engaged in the product development cycle of an awesome application - from planning to seating, to engineering, to release and marketing;
- • Participate in intensive mentoring sessions with managers, designers, tech leaders and other stakeholders;
- • Partake in rotations and as a result, develop a special tech - aspired mindset with aspects and methodologies of your selected field;
- • Get the perks of a full - time employee and also be treated like one.
Learn more about PicsArt's APM and APD programs here
As an associate product manager, you will be a part of the Product team. Collaborate with your unit especially the product manager, software engineers and product designers.
Mentored by the PMs you will gain a holistic understanding of the product, have excellent project management skills, and work with company leaders in making key strategy and business decisions.
As an associate product designer, you will become a member of the Product team. You will partner and collaborate with other product designers, product managers, software engineers, researchers and data scientists.
Product designers will mentor and teach associate product designers to understand the workflow, principles, best practices, methodologies and processes. Helping set the foundation and right course to eventually become well-rounded professionals with the skill set needed to be a successful user-centered product designer.
During the first few weeks, you will have an immersive Bootcamp experience, where you will learn more about PicsArt, the product and the company values.
After these weeks, you will be ready to start your APM journey at PicsArt.
During the program, you will rotate within several teams.
Your rotation will get you involved in the process of product development, defining innovative approaches, using our toolsets, working with business units, etc..
Your mentors are always there to guide you through the experience, as well as to meet you on a one-on-one basis.
You will also have meetings with directors and senior coaches to help you develop leadership skills.
Associate Product Manager's Program 2019 Alumni
"I joined PicsArt a year ago through PicsArt APM Program, after working 2+ years as a Product Manager in another company, as I wanted to do something closer to my interests. I can say that Product Management at PicsArt is more refined, more challenging and more fun!
The APM Program gives you the chance to work with many amazing, creative and hardworking people from all over the world. Here you learn something new every day."
"The APM Program captured the essence of what a perfect match is for my professional interests in the role of product manager. I have joined the Growth team where we instrument the user journey and build innovative products and features to drive business impact.
As a Product Manager at PicsArt, you are considered to be a part of the whole product lifecycle, starting from idea generation to market strategy. You need to be great at breaking down complex problems, prioritizing use cases, and designing solutions."
"I joined PicsArt 4 years ago as a Manual QA, and then switched to QA Automation. During that time I had many product ideas and even contributed to the design process of some of them. It was an awesome feeling to see your idea going live for millions of people.
And then came the APM program, and I understood that this was a unique opportunity to turn my interest in creating products into professional knowledge. So why not?! That's how I became a Product Manager."